Round-up of recent web resources on Byzantium

By Mary Fisk|August 14, 2013|Ancient Near East, Semitics and Judaica, Art and Archaeology, Gender, History, Literature, Middle East, Central Asia & Islamica, Religions|0 comments

Siege of Constantinople (1453) from a manuscript in the Bibliotheque Nationale (France) (image from: ; [this file is in the {PD-US} domain in the United States]

Portail des resssources Byzantines (Université de Fribourg, Switzerland)

The public part of this portal includes Project Typika (a database of terms relating to artifacts and raw materials mentioned in Byzantine documents), an interactive guide to web resources on Byzantium and a traditional bibliography

Dumbarton Oaks Resources for Byzantine Studies (Washington DC)

A collection of print and e-resources (including open-access material) on all aspects of the Byzantine Empire. Individual collections include Online lead seals catalogue, Resources for Syriac studies, Bibliography of gender in Byzantium, Translations of Byzantine saints’ lives, and Dissertations in North America

Canadio-Byzantina (newsletter of the Canadian Committee of Byzantanists)

The online open-access newsletter of the Canadian Committtee of Byzantanists is currently hosted by the University of Ottawa. Coverage is from no.1(1992) onward. Press “Archives” to see back-issues. These can be viewed and downloaded as complete PDFs.


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